Gabrielle Choimet

Archaeologist specialized in Eastern countries, trained at Paris-Sorbonne University and Avignon University.

Several excavations and surveys in the Middle East: Oman Sultanate (Adam, Qalhat, Bat), United Arab Emirates (Masafi) and Lebanon (Tell Arqa). Her work includes numerous drawings from the Bronze-Iron Age excavation of Masafi (Fujeirah, Mission Archéologique Française aux Émirats Arabes Unis) between 2011 and 2014. Particularly interested by the lithic production between the end of the Neolithic period and the beginning of the Bronze Age in the Oman peninsula, she is currently an international volunteer for the SFDAS/French Unit since May 2014, dedicated to the QSAP projects (Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project).

Latest releases

Palaces and large residences of the Meroitic Kingdom

"Palaces and large residences of the Meroitic Kingdom", by Marc Maillot, Sorbonne University Press/SFDAS editions. Two volumes, 64 euros.

Funerary customs in the kingdom of Meroe

Vincent FRANCIGNY Paris, Editions Boccard, 2017 ISSN 2101-3195 - ISBN 978-2-7018-0520-7

History and civilizations of Sudan

The pyramids of Meroe made generations of travelers dream, but Sudan of which they are the emblem remains largely unknown. Hence this encyclopedic work, the first synthesis of (...)